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Maple Valley Teeth Whitening Creates Dazzling Results

You deserve to show off a smile that’s confident and beautiful, not a mouthful of lackluster teeth that makes you pinch your lips together at every opportunity. For dental stains and dark discoloration, Dr. Manpreet Dhaliwal and Dr. Christine Tran are happy to recommend in-office teeth whitening as a dazzling solution! Over the course of a single appointment, our team can brighten your look by several shades in our convenient and comfortable Maple Valley, WA office. Contact Four Corners Family Dentistry today to schedule your first appointment.

Why are my teeth no longer white?

Many patients assume that dental staining only occurs because of poor oral hygiene, but there are actually a wide variety of potential factors that can cause this unfortunate issue, some of which are completely out of a person’s control. They include:

  • The regular consumption of certain food and drink items, including coffee, wine, blueberries, and other substances that are likely to stain
  • The routine use of certain medications
  • Genetics
  • Old age

In-Office Whitening

During your whitening appointment, our team will help you settle into the treatment chair before setting up necessary safety precautions that keep your gum tissue and face protected throughout the procedure. Then, all that’s left for you to do is relax as the high-grade whitening solution is applied and your frustrating dental stains are banished. Once our doctors have achieved an optimal shade (or after the maximum application time has passed) you’ll be finished and free to show off your shining teeth to the world. Some patients even report that the color of their teeth continues to improve following the appointment!

Additionally, Dr. Dhaliwal and Dr. Tran can provide take-home whitening kits for periodic touch-ups following in-office whitening or all-over improvement that occurs at a more gradual pace.